BALTIMORE, MD. (THECOUNT) — David Mackall Jr. has been identified as the victim in a fatal shooting in Walbrook neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland Wednesday afternoon, according to officials.

Mackall, 28, was identified as the former Maryland football player found suffering from fatal gunshot injuries following a shooting in the city’s western district.


Police responded to a call of shots fired in the area of the 1700 block of Braddish Avenue after 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Mackall was discovered suffering from gunshot wounds to the head and torso.

He was transported to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead of gunshot injuries.

Police did not name a suspect or anyone arrested in his death, reports BaltimoreSun.

The Edmondson graduate played football at the University of Maryland from 2010-11 before finishing his career at the University of Delaware from 2012-13.

According to BlueHens, Mackall was a third-year member of the squad after transfer from the University of Maryland coming off a solid 2013 campaign, his first on the field for Delaware after missing the entire 2012 season with an injury after starting 10 games at outside linebacker a year ago, will move into the middle this season, switching spots with All-CAA senior Pat Callaway could also contribute on special teams solid run-stopper tough-minded, aggressive defensive player who has a good motor had three tackles for loss in the Blue-White Spring Game.

Anyone with possible information on the deadly incident should contact police at 911.

Geo quick facts: Walbrook is a neighborhood in West Baltimore, located along West North Avenue. Coppin State College is located in Walbrook. Several major streets, North Avenue, Windsor Mill Road, Bloomingdale Road, and Hilton Street, meet in the Walbrook area in a location known as Walbrook Junction – Wikipedia.